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    • Meet Seven People Shaping Trump's Infrastructure Plan (The Hill)
    • Citing Trump Budget and Cost of Studies, Lansing Transit Authority to Cancel BRT Plan (State Journal)
    • Last Week's Brutality Just Scratches the Surface of Sacramento's Jaywalking Enforcement Problems (Sac Bee)
    • Downtown LA Developer Plans Parking Garage That Can Easily Be Converted Into Something Useful (LAT)
    • TechCrunch Looks at the Promise and Pitfalls of Dockless Bike-Share's Venture Capital-Funded Boom
    • Louisville Bike-Share to Launch With 30 Stations, 300 Bicycles Next Month (Courier-Journal)
    • Colorado DOT Plan to Widen I-70 Through North Denver Gets FHWA Support (Denver Post)
    • Downtown Vancouver's Last Gas Station Has Closed, Ready for Development (CBC)
    • Oregon Legislature Advances Bill to Allow 20 MPH Residential Speed Limit in Portland (BikePortland)
    • Oxnard, CA, Tests Out Protected Bike Lanes During Earth Day Celebration (Ventura County Star)

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